Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896 Page: 2 of 4
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puumahkn Daily Except Sukoav.
PERRV A WELCH Editors nnd Pub.
TEHHS or HDBHdlllPl'lOMH:
Par wiwk. Iii csrrl r
Pit raootti, In *1<U«
OoT«rnor W. C. Renfrow.
4 t«n*t*ry T. J. Lowe.
Chief JuitiM Frnnk I mle.
U. ti Mar :.a1 .Patrick Nagle
Bupt. l'nblie Instruction E. I>. < an.eron.
frwuiarer M. L. T irner.
Attorn®* Genertl C. A.Hnlbruith.
Mchool Land Commlsslf.!.** C. A. Blinooe.
Probate Jade* A. li- Masellor.
Attorney T H. Howard.
Sheriff A. Hanww.
Trmutnifr . J Jf Wallace.
.Winter of Demln 8. E. Klchnrdnon
Joiinty Clerk M.J - ,"onl.
dapt. Public I n*t ruction ,W. ( roeby
Cem mission*™ J, H. VanAuken.
C. W. Olinstcd.
W. W. McCull' n«k
Purveyor A. Meyer
A. C. Holland Mayor.
IT. N-(bl. «Ierk
0. T. curry rollce Judge.
T. M. Miller, iWun i .
W. M. Howli* Attorney.
fl. 1 Linibockrtr Aeeeetior.
First Ward Jno. Dnlaoev, J. F. Ho c
Hecond Ward ...L. K. Harnett. J. V. J.ihnHon
Third Ward E. A. Mock ey, A V. Hin .
fourth Ward....Geo. M ute i, Cuae. Clir sioph
Rmilstoi lioAJs I)avip.
Receiver J. H. King.
town8ite board no. 8.
Timothy McOrath Chairman.
K. A. WilHon Hec.and Disliursiujc
V. W. Bailey .Truster
Postmaster C. 1*. Drace
For Delegate to Congrea-1,
HON. D. T. FLYNN.
Republicans, at St. Louis, June in.
Democrat*, at Chicago, July 7.
Populist*, at St. Louis, July
As the season of the year is drawing
near when politician! are ripening, we
desire to say that the Enterprise tints
is now ready to receive announcements
from candidates stating their fitness for
the various offices to which they aspire
for the sum of 85.00. In every instance
this amount must be paid in advance as
wt have found from past experience that
this is the only safe way to transact
One week from today: St. Louis, Mc-
Kiniey and victory.
The McKinley corn train left Wichita
today for St. Louis.
An exchange says, "the summer girl
ia going." Yee, and she will get there
The upward tendency of the mercury
yesterday was well sustained by the
Tin: small boys were not permitted to
do any snow balling yesterday.
Oi-r Populist friends will learn that it
is not safe to burst anvils at every re-
port which comes.
Dki.koatk Fi.ynx will endenvor to get
aii endorsement of the free homes bill in
the St. Louia platform.
Orn contemporojy, the Perry Daily
Democrat, has been discontinued "sine
die." "Ile<|uiescat in pace."
What's the lataet from Oregon? Our
Populist friends don't aeem to know
Kiit, anvila and powilar.
It has been a matter of much oonjsct
lure why the aweetgirl graduate line nut
tackled the money question.
John Pit hi Sr. John's new part)
platform don't lit together very well
lie should have uoneulted Helen
Kashas will be right at home In St.
L'luia. hlie will he known by her two
great products, corn and politics.
Anviia and powder are good things
when you are certain,'tut invite unpleaa
ant «e«iories when you happen to lie
hHAWM.i'o hat ism the ail. Kb" lute
* sou red a gulf freight rate II1, cents |ier
hundred leas than tluthri* and Oklaho.
Ot'N Unci' Dick liland, of I ho state of
MiaMwrhaays It heoM only lw n< ini-
tiated h* Is • sure winner. II* will come
near it Kirati lie will never b noml
naiad. Second; lie ooald not In elected
if be was. This la my near it,
Tar Oklafcottan says: "Dennis Kl) uti
will de well to vonBa* hi* apeeuh making
to the qasetkm of free hoaies. AM
atMk talk form his will only UooalUied
to the Strip aid Okayvnae country. He
Will probacy do well to omit Oklahoma
onut.ly (mm theltat H hi* appoint menu
m Oklahoma i-iuaty baa been *li> rwip
l*nl of sntne of his atwelally ubmfiou#
legHlaHna and do*s ml rare to indulge
btai Inn Much " Mr. Kl> tin will m« to
)>mr sanctum on aa Mar an air line a.
pnaatble, aa soon aa ba ftaehe* the Ter«
rttnry««d at tha feet at sueh prntuMdy
tf laamiiif. ba iaatmetaH a* in juat what
ill Bttat dtf wliiie M CMtlabUM*.
Messrs Editors:—Oregon has gone
wrong; free silver ia in the air; the peo-
ple are going to have it; it ia the beai
thing in sight. I know that the tariff is
the importaut question. The Pops are
a free trade party. The great bulk of
them are for free trade and free silver.
There is nothing in iny opinion that
would so quickly destroy this govern-
ment as free silver nd free trade.
1 am for free and unlimited coinage
of ailver and a protective tarilf sufficient
to keep out foreign silver. Thia would
give employment to labor in opening up
our ailver uiiuea. You say free coinage
would drive out all the gold in the coun-
try. Let her "go lialligher," It would
burt no one but the creditor class. We
want legislation in the interest of lubor,
and we are going to have it. All legis-
lation for Iho past thirty }earu has been
in favor of tho creditor cIiish and we are
going to reverse the order of things.
You hear a great deal about Hat mon-
ey, but you and 1 kn >w there never wi s
nn authorized money in any country on
Gun's earth that was not lint money. If
it is not flat money it is not worth a con-
tinental as money.
Col. Parrisli kick* about a Chinese
wall around this country 1 want tosny
that all commercial doals are made b}
oxchange through tho bunking houses;
not a dollar is passed usually. The Col,
says it would destroy our foreign trade.
Free coinage of Bilver would have the
Bameeffect on exchanging our commodi-
ties with foreign countries as the uihii
in the moon piling brush on his tire ef-
fects the price of coal iu Alaska.
Free coinage of silver means employ-
ment for labor; it mear.s that said silver
when coined «'ould be iu the hands of
the people and would be taxable; it
would seek investment, not like a J hn
Sherman ami (irover bond become a de
vouringexcressence upon our American
tree of liberty. All moaey iB fiat or it
is not money, (i >ld, silver or paper must
have the tint of the government on it or
it is only a commodity governed by its
intrinsic value, like onions or pole cat
Money is a government check redeem-
able in all the wealth of the nation nnd
ib as good us the government. The
Waco, Texas man believes in gold, silver
and paper checks. King David in mak-
ing a deal with King Saul employed a
different kind of money in the purchase
of his wife. Saul was the government
at that time and the money he author
ized wae redemption money. T oday the
people are the government, Any mono)
authorized by ttn people is redemption
money and when paid out nr paid in ex
change for anything it i« redeemed, to
be used nnd redeemed some more, will
always be at par with gold, and when
tGO.OO in that kind of money sees the
farmer's fat st Br, tbat fOQ 90 knows
that its redeemer livetti.
(lire us free coluuge nnd protection
enough to keep out f ireign silver, the i
you will not Bee u poor woman hauling
wood seventeen miles and selling it for
00 cents per load while hor husband
goes to the political meetings and howls
about over production.
Now, Mr. Editor, I don't know much
about over production.but ask me about
Jails. T. It. Cook.
NO RESPECT*F0K THEM
Although the president, vice president
and every member of the cubinet except
Secretary Morton were ill Washington,
the only membar of the administration
w ho attended any of the memorial day
exercisee was Secretary Herbert, who is
an ei-aonfedernte This bus been oom
mented on to a considerable citept, lis
there was no excuse other than want o'
inclination why these officials should not
have paid their reepecta to the memory
of the men who gave up their lives to
make it possible for them to hold their
present offices, tluthrie Cabital.
The eastern liepublicana are awaking
to the importance of the free silver issue.
It is time. Thia demand of the people
must be answered ill the St, Liuis plat
funu in no uncertain w ay.
•V. L. Wooster, h prominent oitlren of
Orneo, mich., after sutfsriug eacrucint
ingly from piles for twenty yeara, was
cured in a short Hue tiy using DaWiM'a
Witch llaxelSalve.au absolute cure for
all akin djaeinwa, More of thia prspara
lion ia used thai, nil others combined
h. K llowendobler.
Did you ever lliii.k how remlily the
blood is poisoned by constipation} Had
bl'tod means bad hesltb and premature
old *ge. DsWitl1*Latta I'.ariy Nana,
the famous little pills, overcome ol«i|
nut* oon'tlpatioii F j;. llowendobler,
?. s* wsira,
Have practiced in the court* at 8t. Joeeph. 'ft.
lor r Will practice in any of coun-
tj or J erritonal cour a and U. H. land
tjilkv. t Mice ro nn i, decker
buihline, east mde
I Fir-it puiiliHhod in the Aeekly Enlerpriae-Titue
June 4. Kb;. J
n0tiue fok publication.
In the District Court of the Fourth Ju
dicial District, in and for Noble comi-
ty, Territory of Oklahoma.
Territory ok Oklahoma i
County of Noble, \
Theordore Keller, PlaintitT; i
I vgi t
F.tnmaJ Keller, Defendant)
Tho above named defendant will take
notice that she has been sued in the
1 District court of Noble county, Oklaho-
ma territory, by the plaintiff, Theordore
Keller in an action for divorce: That
she most appear and answer the petition
that lias been tiled Muy loth, IM'.Kj,
against her by the plaintiff Theodore
i Keller, on or before the 1th day of July,
j IH90, and if she does liot appear and aii
swer said petition, said petition will lie
taken ns true and a judgment rendered
against her, dissolving the bonds of
matrimony heretofore existing between
: plaintiff and defendant and for cost of
| Witnest mv hand and the seal of the
court at my office in the City of Ferry,
Noble countv, Oklahoma Territory, thh
j SO day of May A. D. 18!*i.
11.. «. | J. h. Havioiiorst, Clerk
I il,< ti. K. Ti iiiie, deputy. U7 11.
j k. It. Mkntz, Atty. for Plaintiff.
: l-'irst pul , iu tho Enterprise-Time*. May £2, Itfhl
Iu the District Court of the Fourth Ju-
dicial district, of the Territory of Ok-
I lahoma, sitting within and for the
County of Noble.
j Lou'sk M. Wii-sey, Plaintiff;
I Ciiarl.esB. Wilsev, Defendant,
To the above named Charles B. Wilsey,
j defendant herein:
^'ou are hereby notitied that you have
I been Bued in the district court of the
Fourth Judicial district of the Terri-
tory of Oklahoma, Bitting within
and for the county Noble, by the
| sad plu'ntilf, in an action for di-
vorce, upon the grounds of gross
neglect of duty and extreme crueltj;
thai the plaintiff tiled her petition in
said action in said court on the
22d day of May, A. D., 1890; and
that }ou must appear and an-
swer the same on or before the 3d day of
July, A. D., 1 'J0,or said petition will be
taken ns true and judgment will be
rendered against you, decreeing to the
plnintilT an absolute divorce.
] [seai,] • J. H. Havkihohst.
Clerk of Distriot Court.
Hy E. F. Ti'.imie, Deputy.
Harris .v Lafkkrtv,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
I First published id the i errjr Enterprise rimes
Jia It. IsOti.J
1 Notice is hereby given, That by virtue
of all execution issued by the Probate
Court, Noble County, Territory of Okla-
homa, in fuV'.r of S. P. Mjers and
against The First Presbyterian Church,
and to tne directed as Sheriff of suul
County, I will, at two s'clock P M., on
| the 15th day of June, IjJQfl, at the front
I iloor of the court house, iu the City of
! I'erry, in tlie County of Noble Territory
!of Oklahoma, offer for Bale at public
; auction the fcll>i«ing real estate and the
appurtenances thereunto belonging, to-
! wit: The First Presbyterian Church
building and two lots in Block 11. Lota
numbers 20 and 27 in Perry proper.
Terms of sale, jash, Taken on said ex
edition iih the property of The First
i Presbyterian church
Dated this 14th day of May, lS'.Hi.
John A. Hansen, Sheriff,
By Fib Bishop, Deputy.
rir.t pabli.li l oi Hw l n l.anrpriw.li
Jans i. t '«.i
It'll lee I. li fell) aivtt. *• r«t lw >|r na >,f a Ts\
rrsat Hr ik.Jln>iHem l «'>. f". ti,* iw i
intl nk J M W iUse.' I ,tl Sill,,
I siatr. TefflUtfi lit Iiklah
V "I -vl
I'1'im.ifl nl nilahomn ami *,,l,l I >■ j). „,ni
asalsil I'. . ",'ian lot ih" .am of rift* j.i .
a*T 101" Utlliw.. 'oe.ilu.1 w,i|i *1 r ni>
eiMis. ami tlw .*i-i>« i f MiTuUaa ii,i.
i. fs|,ii..ri niTtn NM
••rtin'l l will .11 ttj
•s . *a iae is> i f nn. h sul
rnhtmjlML H ■
tfitflitpMHt ehtlte'f, mntwtrn, pftsrli
of tke MM ti M Wfhn, Httirk
a« m# he neeitM-trt * v «r a<nd ea W«frani
Inmtkt? talth *hi> thnfasoti
'♦aef hp**' I^He MftfH II
vitkMMt #ddi ;-ti alf.ht I'M,, | v hoaaa
itf rt$ lea«r
In the District Court of Noble County,
Notice of 8herifTs Sale.
Farmers National Bank,
of Arkansas City, I
The Lela Town Company,
a Corporali n.
Bv virtue of an order of sale to me
directed ami delivered, issued nut of the
above court, in the above entitled action,
I will, on the Otli day of July, A. D
IH'.ai, lit the hour of 2o'clock p. iu. of the
afternoon of said day, al the east door of
the court house in the city of Perry,
county nnd Territory aforesaid, offer by
public sale, and sell to the highest bid-
der for cash in hand, all the right, title
and interest of thsaiKne named defend
"ut in nnd to the following doacribod
property, to witi
. All of Block .No. I, excepting Ms Nos.
JO, 21. 22 and 2.1.
Allot Itlock No. 3.
Allot Block No. it, eaeeptuig lots Nos,
1.2 :t, t, '.0 ami 17.
All of Block No, I,excepting lots Nos.
21. 22. 21 mid 21.
All of llliK'k No.
Allot lllock No. 0, eieepting Iota Noa
1,2 2ti. n, II. 45 and 10, and lot«
Nom I, 2, l i. ti, l,jand JO in block No.
All of llhs k No. 7,excsptlng lots Nos,
li, 7 and ill,
All of Block No. Kami 0.
All of lllock No, IU, excepting Iota Nos
10 and I i,
Ml of IJ'oeh No, II,excepting lot* Nor,
I, 'J, i a to I m. s
AIIof lllock No. 12,excepting lots No*.
\U ) and .H.
All of IIK'k So. l.l,e|oi pting lute No*.
1^ *M la,
A'l of lll'iek No, It,except'tig lota No*.
1. 3. :i and I
All of ItliM'ks No*, li, 10, |7, Jg, |(t and
Ae,| all of . id lot* and I||.S>* tielfig
:o. atvd and aduatad ia the Townalta of
l<ei*. ia said onuaty and Territory i
the pfo|ierty of tha aald defendant, The
l<eln Town fNimp*ay.
t If ao nt'iclt thereof na may lw nere*
«art In .a'l.fy h* titxe* on sai<i |>ro|*rty
ai d etwi* m .nl,! urip.n, Mniil property
U |'|| 1111 to l*> *r,M M Iho p.peflj nf
the *1) ve hameil defendant. Tha I# I*
Town t'.inipany, a anrporati in. by iftue
of an imlei i f a*|* |**ne.| |n favif otth*
Oated thia ard ilar of Jura. \ ti l«l*l.
fi ♦ * . , MMtflff
him a A liit-rMtttr,
Alt)'* tot llainliff.
NEW YORK HARDWARE CO.
WIRE* Miry Milg, Mis, M Sks.
Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves.
FAULDS & MORRIS.
t I'. .V A. SI. Perry Lodge No. 15
A hoids its regular communication the
tlrst itinl third Fridays at hall on D
street. All miiBous in good standing
\V. C T V meets every Wednesday after
noon, at :i o'clock at. the Christian church
Mas N R Howt.es, Pres.
M ns L M Hudson, Cor. Sec
IjFUKV Chapter No. 15 Koyal Arch
J- Masons meots at Masonic hall south
D street every 2nd and 4th Friday at
7:Ii0p, m. Henry Klckek,
H. D. McKnight, H. P.
LWS'l'KltN STAIC, Perry chapter
i-i No 23, meets regularly on the second
.ind fourth Wednesdays of each month
it hall on D street. Visitors cordially
^Staple and Fancy Groceries^
Choice Apple*, Oruiitfi'K, Hit linn a* mid Lemons.
Dried fruit a specialty. Our stock of Tobaccos is unparalled—twenty-seven
different kinds. Come und select. Ci; ar . and Cigarettes in stock to suit price
and tasto. Don't forget the place, corner of £xchauge and C, the main thorough-
fare, the great city of Perry.
I O* C>* F.—Cherokee Ludge No. 14 i.
1- O. O. F. meets every ThurnJay evening
At 7:3(1 p. in. on 7tli street between B
andC. VinitoiB are nhvavH welcome.
J. W. Quick, W. II. linen,
Secy. N. G.
IO* O* Fa, i'erry encampment Ao.
0, meets every Tuesday evening
at 7:30 at Odd Fellows hall, Visiting
patriarchs are cordially invited to at-
tend. J. YV. Quick, 0. P.
H. W. Le'Nihuer, Scribe.
ti ST 11 Kit Lodge No. 8, Daughters of
i Rebecca, I. O. O. F. meeta every
I'liesday of each month. Visitors wel-
come. Mrs. L. Humphrey, N. G.
Mrs. Martha Moore, Sec.
< 1 A. It., Homer C. Jones Post No. 4.1,
' J meets first and third Thursday even-
ings at 7:110 p. m. at their hall near the
corner of Seventh nnd b street. All
comrades invited to meet with us.
Rom kit c. josh , w. it. v.
No. 10meets every tlrst and third
Thursdays at 2:110 p. ni. at K P. Hall on
Seventh bet veen C and D streets.
Mrs. L. F. Jones, Pres.
Mrs. Cakrie M. Stout, Sec.
KN I Oil'IS op I, Alton, L. A. 095
meets each Monday evening at 7:30
,n their hall on Oth between D. and E.
Visiting Knigbts oordiallr invited.
J. T. Noble, M. W.
E. M. Thomas R. S. Thos. Monroe, F. S
UK. C. ami J, of A. local union No.
<594. I'erry. O. T., meets every Friday
evening at 8:30 at the city hall, Visit-
ng brothers always webome.
HAItMON Y Debating Society meets
every Wednesday night, K. P. hall.
7th Btreet. Visiting friends always wel-
1/ of P., Perry Lodge No. 9, K. of P.
IV nieetB every Monday night at 8 p. m,
Ml visiting Knights welcome.
East Harrison Ave.,
H. H. PERRY, Proprietor.
Rates $2.qoper DaySu^ + + +
The lending hotel of Oklahoma. Everthing new
Special attention to the trade of Commercial men
Don't . . .
Take l'oison when yon wun't a proscription filled, yen
want to know that your" druggist understands his busi-
nesfl' llowendobler is a registered plmrnirtci.-1
T hikI keeps none but pure drugs. You are safe if lie fills
'^T)^ y0lu' prescriptions. He carries a full line of .
Druggists' Sundries, Jewelry, Toilet Articles, Wall Pap®r Etc
OWE H/H A CALL. SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE.
E. E. Howendobler.
Office D Street near Gth., North side square,
flfwitlence F n*ar Hh.
II. L. BOYB8,
L. D. TllEEMAN,
AO. V. -i'erry Lod^e No. 18,
Aru ient Order of United Workmen,
aieete ti ret and third Tuesday evenings
>f each month ut 7:510 p. m., in Globe
ouildinjc on weet Bide square. Workmen
id good KtaudinK from other lod|<eB c< r-
Jially invited. A. C. IIoi.la.ni>, W. M.
J. C. Oai er, Recorder.
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
A General Banking BuBineHs Tran
E. B*h Oathr*
HOWE 1l OUTlIKtiV,
Attorneys at Law.
I at. Coxey, Non-lnteri'Mt Itoml
Oltlb, of Perry.—Meets every Thtirs
.lay evening, 8 o'clock. All rotwui work
ing men invited in iIihuujs this bond
luestlofl. K. of L. Ilitll, on Gth street.
Admission free, no collection
A. II. 8H •I.inu, Jas, H. LEW IS.
C isirmun. It, p,
tMtlKNwSIIII' Assembly No. 1WH,
K. of L. meets every Saturday even-
ing st 7::10 in K. of 1'. hall oo 7th street,
Ao t of land ollice,
HiciiHrC.8eiiiij.iiiu, M. W.
T. U Sti'sok-., It N.
OtlicR o[.p, Ijunt
i. L, PANOGAir. Diet T. HflKO.I!"
MORGAN & PANCOA8T,
rrwtiup iii .ti thrt TerrlUirlsl hi. 1 i
Vorlh of Square n.Ml* t'or 7th
LT. 1.. (1>)>Hi Temperance Legion)
. meetoevery Hunda nfternoon kt 3:IIU
o'clock, nt the Presbyteri n church.
8hkrm«d Eaki, Prsaident
A. O L. A meets every 'Jnd Wednes
day in month. Visiting comrades c ir-
dislly invited. Capt. \V. T Smith.
Ii«l|iiueatal meeting on the Inst Wed
nesds) in each mouth.
Cob. W. II. pRIMROHK.
J. B. QUEEN,
Auctioneer and Oommission Merchant.
Does General Commission llosines^
1'irNM. iiiiiIm Haiti.. IhioitIiI anil . '.i.
1 fir.t |,uhtliili„i| in tli" I).,II,' Kiit«,r|jri. .Tim<«.
Notice Is hereby given, That al a ses-
sion of the Hoard of Commissioners of
Nobis County, Oklahoma Territory, held I
on the 1th dny of June, A D. ttl'sl, a
petition signed by S. I'. Itichsrdson and |
"thers of Watkins Township s.king fur
■ visw for the purporn of vsesUng • «er
tain Countv It Hill, drsriilied as follow.;
Commencing at the se rorner of ti e ne
<|U rter Hee. III. Town 31, K. I wrest, was
presented and thai V. k! Iteetl, tleorge
llruce and I. N. Cornelius, Viewers, will1
meet *1 the pla"e of taitinning nf SMld
road, on Hie S7th day of June A. I .
tRW, at In o'clock n m of sal«l tlay, ami
pmoM.1 to vi«w said road, soil give til
psrtiss • hearing
IKins by order of the llo«td of Com*'
mlMloner* uf Noble County, Oklshotua'
Twrttory M o r n,
[i. L ) Co, ClnkimlClli of Bosr ,
Mr N M, ltuiN*HAM, Iteputy,
t\ A. MtMtllU. 4 W.inttwiN,
IHlkhntt 't • Iff
itrrit A Jtbosoo inl lello^
[lee Hi all t
W. H. CAMPBELL,
Over Hunk of Perry, with Mi-Kinght
DRKNOLE Jk HITCH,
i'liynlidtms iiml Nurgi'oiis,
'lain- . ntr. I,,,. ,<~v „ .1 |M.,„irw.
M. W. LYNCH,
Itenl Estate, Linns Claims a S|a 'ialti
Hill street, opp. V, K, corner Mittrn,
PKHMV i IK I,A Iti i M a
K. U. Nonur, II. A. MtiCANm.rw.,
Eichnnge Bank of Perry,
Opposite 1'ostoHI r,
Sol lulls H'rounts of l*armer., Mer
chants soil Corporation..
IRCIIITICT AMD BUILDER,
. ir«ny, s . Oklft.
I'lane itmwn an I e.ltm ,te. mak> f. r
! all (tttt'ls of lotllding-, lleel „f refe.en .
III ,MO lit i HI,II.
— ,%ttnr«M> .Nt-l,Mt ,-
1 0M«S It *• * I| I|.IIS , eets-t till *,„| It.
If you have dandruff or
:i guniroy disou.soil scalp.
The cxfoliat inn matter mi-
ller your linger nails, exam-
ine same miller a glass that
inutilities 5<t to Ion diame-
ters and you will seet it to he
a working mass of Insects.
This is the : : : :
Cause of Baldness
and all chronic diseases of tin)
scalp. We strongly guaran-
tee our Danderiue Scalp Tonic
to remove ami destroys the
(terms, and sends nature on
it- way rejoicing; rebuild the
lo t tissues and replace the
flowing locks she so system-
atically designer I. With the
cause of iImuisi> removed it is
easy to grow hair. If nothing
interrupted nature there would
la1 iio Iiiildiifs.,
If your hair is falling, splitting •
the end or has stopped growing
tom. up lour ecalp with 7>aii<i«r-
It is AhMll.t'TM.V Ol ARAM
i m to pnalui* twin* the Natural
growth of I,Sir. || requires I Iu 0
bottles for belilneas, on*
Will convince tbe lest Skepticil.
I'mler a forfeiture <4 1100.011 a
is guaranteed In every caee or
money refnniM. i s i i t
Uy all l>ru«|lats, Preparnl for II00
K. M CLAKK,
Will practice in *11 lh* Tvfrilurlal
anil federal Court*,
f>*c* I* .tones ttolldlnc
|J «t E ciavn-N.
frrmir at law
« «« rmriMiir,
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Perry & Welch. Perry Enterprise-Times. (Perry, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 30, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 9, 1896, newspaper, June 9, 1896; Perry, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111777/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.